Saturday, March 6, 2010

What would you like to see?

Hi everyone!

I'm looking for more ideas for fun things to sell in the spring and summer! I know not many people want to buy winter hats and scarves in the summer :) I am trying my hand at some headbands. I am also thinking of some knitted wrist cuffs and necklaces with jewelry accents.

What do you think you'd like to buy in the warmer months?

Thanks for your input and for being a blog reader!!

~Margo :)


Melanie said...

The headbands are cute! People will buy little beanies for babies, they always need to keep their heads warm! I am so proud of you and your business! It's an adventure, isn't it?!

mommytoalot said...

Good morning,
thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment.
I'm off to explore your blog.
Love your knitted hats.

mommytoalot said...

In the early spring...ponchos. I purchased one for my little girl last year and she loves it. It came with a matching beanie

Rebecca said...

I'm liking the headband! You could always do things like potholders or washcloths. I know I like them a lot better than the store bought kind that fall apart after a little while. Are those baby leg warmers? So cute and always a good idea for those living in the northern regions!

Stopping by from SITS!

Margo said...

Ponchos sound fun! Washcloths, great idea too, I have some yarn for that. And legwarmers - great thoughts! Thank you!
Melanie - definitely an adventure! said...

Love the idea of legwarmers - two of mine dance and I think that would be nice for the winter. When my youngest was in cloth we were ALL about wool longies - I would have given my right arm for the cutest best pairs :)

Life with Kaishon said...

Your headbands are so cute : ) I just saw some on the side. Love them : ) Good luck!

Paige said...

Just stopping by from SITS to say hello. Hope you have a great week and best wishes to you and your Etsy shop.

Erika said...

Do you have too many ideas yet? I thought maybe a mesh-like farmer's market bag! Encourage people to go green and buy fresh/locally grown produce in their own communities! : )

BTW- thanks so much for your order, I just shipped it.

Margo said...

Erika - That is a great idea! I am going to be doing some designing this week, and am working on some bags and purses.

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